Challenge yourself with Wide-Angle Underwater Photography Text and Photos by Ken Knezick As an old mossback who began shooting underwater with a Nikonos II, it has been exciting to watch all the... Read More →
Wayag, the Picturesque Island of the North Text and photos by Indah Susanti Located in the northern part of Raja Ampat, Wayag Island is a must-visit destination while traveling in Raja Ampat.... Read More →
Raja Ampat Portfolio by Stephen Frink Birdsheadseascape.com is proud to feature the photography of Stephen Frink, one of the world’s most renowned marine life photographers. In between shooting... Read More →
Part 2 Introdution to Cenderawasih Bay: Military History Makes for Excellent Diving by Simon Marsh, photography by Simon Marsh and Andrina Bindon Much evidence remains of Cenderawasih Bay’s role... Read More →
Part 1 Introduction to Cenderawasih Bay The area of the Bird’s Head Seascape known as Cenderawasih Bay, which includes Indonesia’s largest marine park, lies east and south of Raja Ampat, forming... Read More →
I won’t bother listing the biological and geographical assets, which make Triton Bay such a special place – almost every other contributor here is more qualified than I am to do that. Similarly,... Read More →
Pengalaman Pertama Saya di Raja Ampat Saya sangat bersemangat ketika diberi kesempatan bergabung dalam perjalanan monitoring pari manta di Raja Ampat selama 10 hari. Saat itu saya masih magang di... Read More →
TEMPO.CO , Jakarta:Menyelamatkan ikan Pari Manta ternyata lebih menguntungkan dibanding menangkapnya untuk dijadikan santapan. Pari Manta adalah salah satu jenis pari terbesar di lautan yang... Read More →
We’ve been back a few weeks from our last Raja Ampat trip of the season a place where there are still new reefs to discover, new thrills to experience. Even though we wrote the guide to diving in... Read More →
Zebra's Uncaged! These charismatic but virtually extirpated sharks now have a chance to repopulate their native habitat. Three years in the making with unprecedented international cooperation these sharks now swim free.
Who let the sharks out, Who Who? National Geographic was there so they know who! And today they released an online article about this precedented event. Follow the link. This is big news!